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MARCH 2018 | VOLUME 19, NUMBER 2
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Skill Fade: The Ethics of Lawyer Dependence
on Algorithms and Technology
Using Expected Value Calculations and
Big Data to Guide Decision-Making

Using Expected Value Calculations and Big Data to Guide Decision-Making

In this article, I summarize the technique of calculating the expected monetary loss or gain from a given alternative.

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Fending Off Incursions by the Big
Four into the Legal Industry

Fending Off Incursions by the Big Four into the Legal Industry

Big Four accounting firms' legal services offerings are here to stay, and they are making significant incursions into work that traditionally belonged to law firms.

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The Opportunity for Back
Office AI in Law Firms

The Opportunity for "Back Office AI" in Law Firms

Most of the recent hype around AI in law firms has been around the front office. But there is an opportunity for AI to transform the back office, too.

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Suffolk Law School: Leading Transformation of Legal Education

Suffolk Law School: Leading Transformation of Legal Education

In this interview by Jean O'Grady, Dean Andrew Perlman and Professor Gabriel Teninbaum from Suffolk University Law School discuss the changes they have made and what they expect to see more in the future.

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The Future of Change is Client/Law Firm Collaboration

The Future of Change is Client/Law Firm Collaboration

The expansion of legal operations roles within client legal departments has opened the door to real change. These roles represent clients' awareness of the need to do things differently.

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